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4.7.14

In The Spotlight: Tokyo Lost & Found

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When something catches my attention in my inbox I can't wait to share it and this new fashion film from Trevor Undi was no different. I really loved the premise that it was inspired by Japanese horror films. They are a bit of an obsession of mine. For my Media A-level I wrote an essay on how Hollywood was basically diluting the market by putting out terrible re-makes. Which by the way the seem to be continuing to be doing? So you see I have a a real stance on Japanese horror as a genre. When I saw my two favourite things had collided I simply had to watch it.

The film follows Jun as she haunts her doppelganger through the streets, the underground of the Tokyo metro and cemeteries. Jun herself wears some fabulous pieces from Lanvin and Tom Ford - how amazing is the sheer paneled number? Enough from me though, I'll just let the film do all the talking.

Credits: DIRECTOR トレバー ウンディ TREVOR UNDI FASHION カワサキ タカフミ TAKAFUMI KAWASAKI (MILD) MAKEUP 伊藤 貞文 SADAFUMI ITO (NARS AT SIGNO) HAIR 今泉 亮爾 RYOJI IMAIZUMI (SIGNO) PRODUCTION ニコラス ラミレス NICOLAS RAMIREZ CINEMATOGRAPHY アンドレ ANDRE SZYSZKOWSKI MODEL ジュン JUN (IMAGE) EDITING トレバー ウンディ TREVOR UNDI PRODUCTION MANAGER リリー ラミレス LILI RAMIREZ STORYBOARDS エンジェル ケント ANGEL KENT

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